L&G eases concerns on capital requirements

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Insurer shrugs off impact of UK pension overhaul

Indonesia struggles to boost FDI

Analysts say Widodo’s policies have not matched up to his rhetoric

Direct Line shares lifted by profits rise

Insurer weathers price war over motor premiums

RBS short sellers embarrass Osborne

Share fall hints traders benefited at the expense of taxpayers

Standard Life chief urges pensions clarity

Government tinkering is putting off savers, says Keith Skeoch

Exor/Partner Re: Safety in numbers

Conglomerates, even interesting ones, demand a discount

Exor wins battle for PartnerRe

Agnelli-controlled company scuppers Axis Capital’s merger plans

Stephen Hester

Hester to strengthen hand as Zurich circles

RSA chief aims to show turnround efforts bearing fruit

Fine warning on accessing pension cash

Over-55s who dip into their pensions must tell current providers

FCA names third supervision chief in year

Bank of England lends regulator senior director to plug hole

Lloyd’s of London seeks Malaysia licence

Specialist insurer pushes into under-covered Asia market

Zurich says any offer for RSA may be in cash only

Swiss suitor likely to wait until UK insurer reports results before bidding

Barclays says it lacks scale of US rivals

Chairman aims to refocus on UK and US while pulling back in Asia

Zurich raises prospect of clean RSA exit for Hester

Swiss takeover would offer chance to build onex-RBS chief’s overhaul

Cyber insecurity: When 95% isn’t good enough

Banks faced with rise in hacks despite investing millions

Zurich draws up plans for RSA bid

Shares jump 18% after Swiss group confirms it is considering offer for insurer

Hiscox calls for insurance ‘war game’

Chairman of Lloyd’s insurer warns industry about complacency

Royal London to hire ex-pensions minister

Lib Dem once accused by mutual of ‘headline-grabbing’ policies

Aviva orders coal companies to clean up

Insurer threatens to sell shares unless firms tackle climate change

Meiji Yasuda to pay $5bn for StanCorp

Latest in a $63bn spate of Japanese outbound dealmaking

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